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. this is our top story. tonight, jana katsuyama is live in pittsburgh to tell us what happened. >> reporter: we've been out here all day, and you can see across the street that a police car is still parked there. they are monitoring this scene and they tell me that they are questioning two people who might be connected with the intruder who was killed. the apartment complex that we're talking about is right across the street there on the first floor right at the intersection of leland road and harbor street. police put up yellow tape at the villa serina apartment complex today. they say at about 10:20 this morning, it appears an intruder was trying to break into a home. >> it appears to be an interrupted burglary. an individual most likely thought no one was home. >> reporter: police say a man was inside the apartment, heard someone fiddling with his front door and saw a stranger trying to break in. >> he reached back to his bedroom and retrieves a loaded firearm. by the time he makes it back to the front door, he's confronted by the suspect who is in front of his house. >> reporter: investigat
temperatures but we are live with jana katsuyama with how people are preparing for another cold night, jana. >> reporter: as you just saw it is beautiful and clear. but definitely chilly tonight. not good if you're homeless and cold if you're one of the toll takers of the golden gate bridge and among many others that have to work outside. park rangers were on patrol at ocean beach tonight where some people were out walking bundled up against the wind. tourists had their winter jackets and hats on hand. >> i bought it from a little lady down at the emparcadero that and some gloves. >> it was very cold so i came back to my cab. >> reporter: furnace repair workers are in high demand tonight with temperatures looking to get back into the 20s. jose sandoval and his father were answering calls nonstop. >> it's been wild. a lot of calls, probably doubled since this cold snap has hit. so they definitely have us on our toes right now. >> reporter: so me he says they'll be, woing until midnight fixing furnaces so people have heat. the kim family lost their heat last night. >> we turned it on, went to
the cold temperatures but we are live with jana katsuyama with how people are preparing for another cold night, jana. >> reporter: as you just saw it is beautiful and clear. but definitely chilly tonight. not good if you're homeless and cold if you're one of the toll takers of the golden gate bridge and among many others that have to work outside. park rangers were on patrol at ocean beach tonight where some people were out walking bundled up against the wind. tourists had their winter jackets and hats on hand. >> i bought it from a little lady down at the emparcadero that and some gloves. >> it was very cold so i came back to my cab. >> reporter: furnace repair workers are in high demand tonight with temperatures looking to get back into the 20s. jose sandoval and his father were answering calls nonstop. >> it's been wild. a lot of calls, probably doubled since this cold snap has hit. so they definitely have us on our toes right now. >> reporter: so me he says they'll be, woing until midnight fixing furnaces so people have heat. the kim family lost their heat last night. >> we turned it
legislation banning military assault weapons. jana katsuyama is live now outside of a mass shooting in san francisco that triggered the nation's previous ban. jana. reporter>> senator feinstein was behind that first ban. it all came as you say from a mass shooting in san francisco. back in 19 # -- 1993. thaáts when -- that's when a man went on a rampage killing 20 people. and now nearly 20 years later, the battle continues. >> today my colleagues and i are introducing a bill to prohibit the sale, transfer, manufacture and importation of assault weapons. reporter>> senator feinstein's bill would ban 167 specific firearms. it includes semi automatic guns with a detachable magazine and at least one military feature. today's proposal comes nearly two decades after a deadly mass shooting in san francisco prompted feinstein's first assault weapons plan. segel was there when it happened >> . >> i was on the 36th floor. i was lucky. i got blind a -- i got behind a locked door. nothing seems to have have happened to generate the type of interest that would make us really do something. reporter>
. it is trying to take away guns instead of getting to the cause. live in san francisco, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a member of congress is raising privacy concerns about disney's new plan for what are called magic band bracelets. disney plans to issue those bracelets to guests at its theme parks. the bracelets are embedded with chips that can be used to pay for food and more. but the congressman of massachusetts is concerned. he wants to know if disney will be collecting too much personal information. >>> shares of the cupertino company shared at $750. that was a 12% drop from yesterday's close. investors responded that growth in iphone sales is slowing. the sell off could cause apple to lose its status as the world's most valuable company. >>> there is no slowing down for netflix. it's stock is up a whopping 32% closing at $146 a share. yesterday the los gatos company earnings exceeded all expectations. for compareson ten years ago a sale of netflix sold for just $6. >>> jerry brown delivered his state of the state address today and it was a far more optimistic speech than a
of the bridge. it will stay in place for two years. >>> jana katsuyama is live in san francisco where she found the city and the visiting green bay packers fans are showing their colors, jana. >> reporter: that's right, check this out coit tower lit up in san francisco orange. at the sherton fisherman's wharf tourists are already showing up. >> when we left home it was about 20 so this is warm. >> reporter: and the visitors say they've been treated well, even when showing their colors. >> we've always been treated well, the san francisco fans are always fun. >> we're anticipating a good portion of our guests to be all packer fans. we have a room for them to congregate so it should be fun. >> reporter: fans of both teams have been gearing up with team shirts, hats and the hot item, the san francisco answer to the cheese heads, gold nugget head. >> these are the two items that are hot. other things jackets and jerseys. >> it's a good game. packers are tough. big rivalry but i think we can pull it off. >> reporter: bars such as zeeks are running specialless. and fans are pumped up. >> there's goin
for two years. >>> jana katsuyama is live in san francisco where she found the city and the visiting green bay packers fans are showing their colors, jana. >> reporter: that's right, check this out coit tower lit up in san francisco orange. at the sherton fisherman's wharf tourists are already showing up. >> when we left home it was about 20 so this is warm. >> reporter: and the visitors say they've been treated well, even when showing their colors. >> we've always been treated well, the san francisco fans are always fun. >> we're anticipating a good portion of our guests to be all packer fans. we have a room for them to congregate so it should be fun. >> reporter: fans of both teams have been gearing up with team shirts, hats and the hot item, the san francisco answer to the cheese heads, gold nugget head. >> these are the two items that are hot. other things jackets and jerseys. >> it's a good game. packers are tough. big rivalry but i think we can pull it off. >> reporter: bars such as zeeks are running specialless. and fans are pumped up. >> there's going to be wings, beers, it's going
. >>> san francisco's great highway is getting a makeover. jana katsuyama tells us about a repaving project that begins this week. >> it's the western edge of san francisco where tourists and locals come to see ocean beach. city officials say now, the great highway, running along the spectacular sea escape will get a makeover, with a street escape project. >> better amenities, maybe some street furniture. a lot more landscaping, better streetlighting. >> construction crews began staging today for the repaving project. it's the first of some 100 projects to be done around the city, thanks to voters passing a $248 million bond in 2011. it will also create bike lanes down to golden beat park. a dangerous stretch of road, which right now, has no shoulder. forcing clients for blind curves or to take the sidewalk. crews will also install 15-foot wide medians. >> a lot of people right now, run across, or ride quickly across the great highway. probably not that safe when you have cars zooming by in both directions. >> a little hassle for the people who live in the area. but once it's all said and d
icon, and watch live. >>> san francisco's great highway is getting a makeover. jana katsuyama tells us about a repaving project that begins this week. >> it's the western edge of san francisco where tourists and locals come to see ocean beach. city officials say now, the great highway, running along the spectacular sea escape will get a makeover, with a street escape project. >> better amenities, maybe some street furniture. a lot more landscaping, better streetlighting. >> construction crews began staging today for the repaving project. it's the first of some 100 projects to be done around the city, thanks to voters passing a $248 million bond in 2011. it will also create bike lanes down to golden beat park. a dangerous stretch of road, which right now, has no shoulder. forcing clients for blind curves or to take the sidewalk. crews will also install 15-foot wide medians. >> a lot of people right now, run across, or ride quickly across the great highway. probably not that safe when you have cars zooming by in both directions. >> a little hassle for the people who live in the area. but
light to the darkness, before a new year dawns. in san francisco, jana katsuyama. ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> good evening to you. we are braving the big chill on this new year's eve. if you still have plans to get out, and celebrate into the new year, may i suggest a jacket. it is chilly out there already. 33degrees in fairfield. a degree from freezing. livermore says 53. that's inaccurate. checking around, it's about 37 degrees, including pleasantton, that reading has been off all day long. 49 in san francisco. if you plan on heading out to see the fireworks this evening, dropping back another degree or two as we get into closer to midnight, 37 in a novato. we're looking at temperatures continuing to fall into the overnight hours. we're sure to be right about freezing. even slightly below that in some cases by sunrise tomorrow morning. watching this system here is the center of the low. the front moved through earlier tonight, you may have in thed high clouds moving through, even a little bit of high level moisture being picked up by stormtracker 2. this is not necessarily hitting the
pride parade. and her message was, parents of gay, unit in support of our children. >>> jana katsuyama live now in pittsburg with why neighbors say they were surprised. >> reporter: there's not a lot of these incidents here in the pittsburg. take a look across the street. police are still here around the apartment. there is yellow crime tape at the area where the stabbing happened. now the police officers just told me a few minutes ago that this happened when a resident apparently heard somebody fiddling with his front door. he then looked through the peephole and saw that there was somebody outside. here's some video from the scene. police say that the resident went to get a firearm but the suspect had already gone inside. there was a scuffle between the two. the residents gun was dropped as well as the suspect dropped a gun which was later determined to be a replica. that's when the suspect grabbed a gun and the resident stabbed the suspect in the neck and the suspect ended up dying here at the scene. neighbors tell us that they were just shocked. >> yeah i was home all day and i did
in the water in case they get in trouble. in san francisco, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the pilot of a southwest airlines plane upon take off entered a warning light. a spokeswoman for the denver airport says the tire blow out is not so unusual in such a prompt stop. >>> southwest also announced a new boarding option today but as you might guess it has an additional fee. customers can now pay $40 to jump to the front of the line on day of travel. the option is available for purchase at the gate, 45 minutes before departure. the fee was tested at the san diego airport last month. >>> on the heels of another beautiful day. temperatures outside our door right now cooling off quite a bit. we are just a few degrees from freezing and some areas will be cool once again into the overnight hours. we want to point out the last five hours we've watched high clouds slip over the bay area. this will offset the cooling tomorrow morning. i expect we'll still be chilly in many places just not as cold as this morning. the patchy fog will be with us. expect that tomorrow morning perhaps tomorrow m
that it was using the wrong graph. >>> as jana katsuyama, news chopper 2 was overhead as the drama unfolded. >> reporter: the call for help came around 11:45 this morning. news chopper 2 flew over head as police tried to reach a surfer who was stranded below the cliff house. officials say the man had been out surfing with a friend when he began cramping up. >> he had climbed up the rock and didn't think he was able to swim to shore. >> reporter: the water was too rough and the rocks too dangerous to get close enough. a rescue helicopter was still 40 minutes away so four fire department swimmers said they would go out in the cold choppy water and attempt the rescue. they told the surfer to jump, he plunged back into the water. rescuers swam over and helped him to the boat. >> he was just tired. >> had he been out there very long? >> maybe half an hour. >> reporter: fire officials say the man was a novice just learning to surf on a weekend when even veterans kept an eye on the waves. >> it's not a good day for a beginner. >> reporter: during the weekend they did have five ocean water rescues
's waterfront. but it's not all about sailing. jana katsuyama got a look at a concert venue and tells us one big name that expected to perform. >> reporter: crews are busy in a venue that is expected to be a viewing area. a 9,000 seat america's will be it become used for concerts, and televised viewing of the races. >> this will be the seating area. stage over this way. >> reporter: today america's cup staff took us into the construction zone. >> reporter: all of the our ceremonies, honoring the sailors and the team will be held here. meeting the teams. >> reporter: today they announced that sting will kick off the series giving even nonsailing fans a reason to come to the site. >> i guess yeah, it's good. >> it's kind of good. >> having entertainment here just goes with the festive atmosphere. >> reporter: events will run through the summer in july and august. and continuing into september with the america's cup finals. reporting from san francisco, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the grace period is over after weeks of warnings drivers who failed to pay the meter on sundays can now be
fox. as jana katsuyama reports they say he has residences in bay point and san francisco and should be considered armed and dangerous. >>> at 9:00 a.m. pittsburg police were called to the 76 gas station. that's where they found a 20- year-old man on the tkpwroupd shot -- on the ground shot in the head. >> the suspect got into a vehicle that was near by. we had witnesses as well as cameras in the area. which helped us get a description of the vehicle as well as a possible license plate. >> reporter: police say someone drove the suspect away from the scene. within hours police were able to trace the get away vehicle to a house in bay point. the contra costa sheriff's surrounded the house. >> they told my mom to stay inside the home. basically that's it. >> reporter: police finally made contact with the people inside the home but the suspect was not there. police say meantime the victim died at the hospital about 1:30 p.m. >> we definitely believe our victim was the target of this incident. >> reporter: officials say they're not releasing the victim's name until they've notified the f
with another girl. nicole is described as 165 pounds with green eyes and brown hair. >>> ktvu's jana katsuyama tellless us the argerian military stormed today after shrugging off help. >> reporter: militants who have been moving through nali and libya went in. tonight there are still hostages, americans are believed to be among them. algerian military forces fought back hard today. holding algerians and seven more hostages. the u.s. sent an unmanned drone and offered help, but algeria declined. at the end of the day several were pronounced dead. >> we're certainly concerned about the reports of loss of life. >> reporter: middle east expert thomas hill says in this case the u.s. was not the intend target. >> it appears to be the effort to nationalize the region. >> reporter: the group's take over of the bp plant is not the first time they've taken hostages. the rebel attack also was retaliation for algeria's support of terrorist groups in near by mali. >> instability in mali has created the opportunity for a staging base and safe haven for terrorists. >> reporter: there is late word that one o
with green eyes and brown hair. >>> ktvu's jana katsuyama tellless us the argerian military stormed today after shrugging off help. >> reporter: militants who have been moving through nali and libya went in. tonight there are still hostages, americans are believed to be among them. algerian military forces fought back hard today. holding algerians and seven more hostages. the u.s. sent an unmanned drone and offered help, but algeria declined. at the end of the day several were pronounced dead. >> we're certainly concerned about the reports of loss of life. >> reporter: middle east expert thomas hill says in this case the u.s. was not the intend target. >> it appears to be the effort to nationalize the region. >> reporter: the group's take over of the bp plant is not the first time they've taken hostages. the rebel attack also was retaliation for algeria's support of terrorist groups in near by mali. >> instability in mali has created the opportunity for a staging base and safe haven for terrorists. >> reporter: there is late word that one of the missing is from texas but they're not rele
the water at this time, especially if you don't have a lot of experience. reporting live, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> today is the national day to honor the life and legacy of martin luther king, jr. ktvu's job r joins us with -- rob roth joins us with the annual train ride. >> reporter: all day long people came here to honor the legacy of dr. martin luther king, jr. >> reporter: hundreds of people boarded cal train for the freedom train from san jose to san francisco. it commemorates the alabama civil civil rights march. >> this is for all americans. to get out and enjoy this day and to celebrate and remember the struggles that we all have been through. [ singing ] >> reporter: hundreds of people join said them for a mile and a half march to the gardens. >> celebrating dr. king and celebrating community. that is important. >> reporter: more than a thousand people attended prayer services services and presentations on the life of dr. king. she knew and marched with dr. king. >> very, very nice. he was a wonderful person. wonderful person. non-violent. turning of the cheek. >
'm jana katsuyama in tonight for heather holmes. >> we begin with developing news, covering two shootings on the peninsula that happened within a few miles of each other. the first shooting involved a mother and her child, but we begin in east palo alto where ktvu's jade hernandez has late- breaking details about the shooting there. >> reporter: investigators will have to determine if the first shooting in menlo park a few hours ago is tied to the recent shooting in east palo alto. you can see police officers are capital blocked off here. the most disturbing part is a young child was shot in the first shooting and police are investigating whether these are gang-related. we saw a woman, we believe it was the injured woman from the first shooting get into a police car. she and her 2-year-old son were taken to the hospital, where they remain tonight. she was setting in the back of car in menlo park. a bullet pierced the window and grazed the toddler silting on the mother's lap in the backseat. the driver's side had two bullet holes in the door. menlo park tell us that the car had four young
it on the november ballot and then it would be up to san francisco voters to decide. at sfo, jana katsuyama, ktvu. >>> police are looking for a man who tried to kidnap a 2- year-old girl. it happened at 5:30 this evening on dayo court. she said when she picked up her daughter he grabbed the girl by her legs and tried to pull her away. he was unsuccessful and ran off. the man is described as latino between 20 and 30 years old, wearing a red baseball cap, blue jeans and a yellow striped shirt. the woman also said the man smelled like automotive oil. >>> police sent us this sketch of a man who tried to kidnap a 3-year-old boy. the man is described as asian, 50 to 60 years old with a pot belly and receding hairline. he took the boy's hand and actually tried to walk out of the mall with him on january 6th. the mother screamed though and that's when the man took off. >>> a spare the air alert goes into effect for the bay area tonight at midnight. that means burning wood, manufacturing fire logs or any other solid fuel both indoors and outdoors is prohibited. the ban lasts 24 hours. the bay area quality
to put it on the november ballot and then it would be up to san francisco voters to decide. at sfo, jana katsuyama, ktvu. >>> police are looking for a man who tried to kidnap a 2- year-old girl. it happened at 5:30 this evening on dayo court. she said when she picked up her daughter he grabbed the girl by her legs and tried to pull her away. he was unsuccessful and ran off. the man is described as latino between 20 and 30 years old, wearing a red baseball cap, blue jeans and a yellow striped shirt. the woman also said the man smelled like automotive oil. >>> police sent us this sketch of a man who tried to kidnap a 3-year-old boy. the man is described as asian, 50 to 60 years old with a pot belly and receding hairline. he took the boy's hand and actually tried to walk out of the mall with him on january 6th. the mother screamed though and that's when the man took off. >>> a spare the air alert goes into effect for the bay area tonight at midnight. that means burning wood, manufacturing fire logs or any other solid fuel both indoors and outdoors is prohibited. the ban lasts 24 hours. the
. but in the end, neither democrats nor republicans got all of what they wanted. ktvu's jana katsuyama here now to show us how the compromise finally emerged. >> frank, the house finished voting on the fiscal cliff agreement just about two hours ago and has passed the senate version without any changes. let me show you the numbers, 257 yes votes and 167 no votes. after what turned out to be a bitter battle. >> the motion is adopted without objection. >> reporter: the vote came after a day of high drama and political power plays. pressure was on the republican controlled house to pass the bill or chance bearing the blame for tax cuts and spending cuts that could send the nation back into a special session. in a vote of 89-8. >> reporter: the gop while upset the bill didn't spend more spending cuts finally cuts -- finally gave up on an amendment. >> reconciling our differences was a monumental tasks especially with the time growing short. >> reporter: the bill includes an extension for all taxpayers making less than 400,000 for individuals or $450,000 for couples. and postponed $24 million in spe
. as for the resident it appears he was acting in self-defense and at this time he does not face any charges. jana katsuyama, ktvu channel channel 2 news. >>> a man was killed after a tractor backed into him on a loading dock. the accident happened at a warehouse on wegman road. police say he was trying to signal the truck driver that he was backing into the wrong spot when he was hit. >>> around 5,000 sandbags were filled today by the california conservation corp. and are now ready to be placed in east palo alto. shovel full by shovel full crews loaded the sandbags. they're going to be placed around san franciscito creek tomorrow. the creek flooded last year. >>> we have no dense fog advisories tonight. but the dewpoint about 43 degrees so the temperature drops in the next half hour to 43 and you get fog. you're going to see fog in the area again tonight. some frost showing up in locations. 37 for an overnight low in santa rosa. that's as cool as it's going to go. these temperatures are going to be cool. we have clouds which is going to keep the temperatures there. there's a chance for sprinkles
from texas. we have the latest on survivors on day four, jana katsuyama has the latest. >> reporter: we learned from a news agency that the attackers say a group of 30 fighters entered the country from libya and attacked the bp plan. right now we understand there's apparently a stand off with algerian troops and there might have been explosives at the plant right now along with hostages. emotional hugs today and immense relief from those hostages who have made it out of the bp gas plant alive. their hearts going out to the 45 foreign nationals still unaccounted for. >> as much as we're glad to be out our thoughts are still with the colleagues in there at the moment. >> our hearts go out to everybody in there. >> reporter: today freed hostages told how the militants stormed the living quarters of the bp gas plant in eastern algeria wednesday morning. separating the foreigners from algerians. one hostage said he was forced to wear explosives around his neck. an estimated 400 foreign nationals were freed in the government's rescue attempt thursday. up to 18 militants and 12 hostages were
. an american has been identified from texas. we have the latest on survivors on day four, jana katsuyama has the latest. >> reporter: we learned from a news agency that the attackers say a group of 30 fighters entered the country from libya and attacked the bp plan. right now we understand there's apparently a stand off with algerian troops and there might have been explosives at the plant right now along with hostages. emotional hugs today and immense relief from those hostages who have made it out of the bp gas plant alive. their hearts going out to the 45 foreign nationals still unaccounted for. >> as much as we're glad to be out our thoughts are still with the colleagues in there at the moment. >> our hearts go out to everybody in there. >> reporter: today freed hostages told how the militants stormed the living quarters of the bp gas plant in eastern algeria wednesday morning. separating the foreigners from algerians. one hostage said he was forced to wear explosives around his neck. an estimated 400 foreign nationals were freed in the government's rescue attempt thursday. up to 18 mil
in self-defense and at this time he does not face any charges. jana katsuyama, ktvu channel channel 2 news. >>> a man was killed after a tractor backed into him on a loading dock. the accident happened at a warehouse on wegman road. police say he was trying to signal the truck driver that he was backing into the wrong spot when he was hit. >>> around 5,000 sandbags were filled today by the california conservation corp. and are now ready to be placed in east palo alto. shovel full by shovel full crews loaded the sandbags. they're going to be placed around san franciscito creek tomorrow. the creek flooded last year. >>> we have no dense fog advisories tonight. but the dewpoint about 43 degrees so the temperature drops in the next half hour to 43 and you get fog. you're going to see fog in the area again tonight. some frost showing up in locations. 37 for an overnight low in santa rosa. that's as cool as it's going to go. these temperatures are going to be cool. we have clouds which is going to keep the temperatures there. there's a chance for sprinkles as well. when i come back i'm going to
are going up. but in the end, neither democrats nor republicans got all of what they wanted. ktvu's jana katsuyama here now to show us how the compromise finally emerged. >> frank, the house finished voting on the fiscal cliff agreement just about two hours ago and has passed the senate version without any changes. let me show you the numbers, 257 yes votes and 167 no votes. after what turned out to be a bitter battle. >> the motion is adopted without objection. >> reporter: the vote came after a day of high drama and political power plays. pressure was on the republican controlled house to pass the bill or chance bearing the blame for tax cuts and spending cuts that could send the nation back into a special session. in a vote of 89-8. >> reporter: the gop while upset the bill didn't spend more spending cuts finally cuts -- finally gave up on an amendment. >> reconciling our differences was a monumental tasks especially with the time growing short. >> reporter: the bill includes an extension for all taxpayers making less than 400,000 for individuals or $450,000 for couples. and postponed
, but the ceo did not address that in this conference call. jana katsuyama, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> another silicon valley company, netflix reported an unexpectedly big profit today. the news sent shares up 33% to $137. the company's own executive said 4th quarter earnings exceeded even their own expectations, not to mention wall street's. meantime, wall street reached a five year high today. the dow gained 67 since one month before the recession started. nasdaq was up 10. analysts say profit taking is ahead. >>> picking up showers out there, it's been going on for a while. but not a lot of accumulation. we have .3 in the north bay. san francisco, light sprinkles, san mateo, light sprinkles. san jose, light sprinkles. almost a drizzle. the rainfall accumulations have been relatively light. there's more coming tonight. as we get into 1:00 a.m., a computer model, and you see that shot at showers especially around san rafael around 1:00 a.m. 2:00a.m., more sprinkles. maybe more activity over the east bay. so a few showers for the morning commute, it looks like it's going to clear out. when i g
speculators. >> reporter: they decided to postpone a vote on the matter for four weeks. jana katsuyama, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> a consumer watchdog group filed an appeal today to fight a pg and e rate hike. the state puc gave the utility the go ahead to raise rates last month. the group called toward utility rate objects. it says customers should not have to pay for pg and e's mistakes. >>> chevron says its implementing corrective actions at its richmond refinery, following a large fire there last august. the company says it is addressing corrosion problems in piping. chevron says it's also upgrading pipes and equipment, and revamping response plan in the event of a leak. the company is also says it's creating more management oversite of safety procedures. >>> the bankrupt hostess company is saying little debby is the leading bitter in its drake's cakes decision. if accepted that with set the minimum bid for the brands. they include devil dogs, funny bones, and yodels. no word on bidding for the famous twinkie's brand. >>> a mass funeral for victims of a deadly nightclub fire. hundreds die
encourages state speculators. >> reporter: they decided to postpone a vote on the matter for four weeks. jana katsuyama, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> a consumer watchdog group filed an appeal today to fight a pg and e rate hike. the state puc gave the utility the go ahead to raise rates last month. the group called toward utility rate objects. it says customers should not have to pay for pg and e's mistakes. >>> chevron says its implementing corrective actions at its richmond refinery, following a large fire there last august. the company says it is addressing corrosion problems in piping. chevron says it's also upgrading pipes and equipment, and revamping response plan in the event of a leak. the company is also says it's creating more management oversite of safety procedures. >>> the bankrupt hostess company is saying little debby is the leading bitter in its drake's cakes decision. if accepted that with set the minimum bid for the brands. they include devil dogs, funny bones, and yodels. no word on bidding for the famous twinkie's brand. >>> a mass funeral for victims of a deadly nightclub fi
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